Question about 1995 Pontiac Sunfire
How can i bleed the master cyclinder without apower bleeder
Get a clean jar or bottle fill with brake fluid have a hose that will fit snug on the bleeder screw at least 2 ft long start with the rr open the bleeder screw place the hose over the bleeder then into the jar or bottle filled with the fluid then pump the petle about 10 times then close the bleeder and proceed to the lr then the rf lastly lf if the peddal still feels spongy do it all over again. It would be easier if you had another person around to watch the jar to see if there are any air bubbles coming out if there are no bubbles you are good to go to the next wheel. and make sure the hose is submersed in the fluid otherwise you will **** air back into the system.hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Have someone pump the brakes manually inside the car and the start opening the bleeder screw one at a time starting farthest away from the master cylinder. They must pump about 3-4 times and hold then you open the bleeder while they are holding the brakes. May take a few tries before fluid comes out.
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